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  • Game 7: Ravens save best for last

    The winning drive bordered on the improbable. The comeback restored faith in a suffocating defense.Rallying around a 38-year-old backup quarterback and a series of fourth-quarter stands, the Ravens raced back from an 11-point deficit to edge the...
  • Game 13: Steelers get the last word

    After a week of trash-talking, the Ravens were silenced in the end. Unable to answer a dominating statement by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens were humbled in a 26-21 loss last night before 69,506 at PSINet Stadium and a national television audience....
  • Game 7: Redskins pick off Ravens

    Game 7: Redskins pick off Ravens
    The road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't. One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to explain...
  • Game 10: Touchdown! 'Curse over'

    Game 10: Touchdown! 'Curse over'
    Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky.Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero, Brandon Stokley,...
  • Game 11: Wide smiles for Ravens

    Game 11: Wide smiles for Ravens
    The Ravens beat the Tennessee Titans as much on memory as they did on willpower yesterday. It was a game of deja vu for tight end Shannon Sharpe, redemption for wide receiver Patrick Johnson and sheer joy for quarterback Trent Dilfer, all of whom had...
  • Game 16: Ravens get last word on Jets

    Game 16: Ravens get last word on Jets
    The Ravens' record-setting defense sat in a downtown hotel Saturday night and seethed as New York Jets coach Al Groh delivered a mocking taunt on videotape. In so many calculated words from a news conference on Wednesday, Groh sarcastically suggested the...
  • Game 17: Road warriors

    In a postseason defined by home-turf dominance, the Ravens raided Pro Player Stadium in a familiar, battle-tested vehicle. Unleashing a smash-mouth running game to complement a menacing defense, the Ravens notched the first road win of these playoffs...
  • Game 18: Steelers dethrone Ravens in big way

    The Ravens' reign unceremoniously ended with a resounding rout. Undone by a tired defense and a tiresome offense, the defending champions were ripped off the throne with a humbling, 27-10 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday before 63,976 at Heinz...
  • Game 20: Purple reign

    Game 20: Purple reign
    Now there can be no doubt. The Ravens claimed their place in history last night with one final dissertation on great defense. A team that swaggered into Super Bowl XXXV delivered on its sound and fury of the past week with a 34-7 demolition of the New...
  • Game 1: Fresh start sours in hurry

    The new era of Ravens football looked painfully similar to the old one. Quarterback Scott Mitchell was as ineffective as Jim Harbaugh. The offensive line was inept, but yesterday there was no Wally Williams or Orlando Brown to blame. An inexperienced...
  • Game 2: Late return kicks Ravens

    The Ravens may have found their quarterback of the future yesterday, but they still couldn't overcome the problems of the past. After nearly six weeks of training camp and four preseason games, the Ravens have not found answers to their erratic special...
  • Game 4: Ravens catch spirit, bombs

    The Ravens displayed more desire and passion in one game yesterday than they did in the previous three seasons. First, running back Errict Rhett talked trash and accidentally screamed into the official's microphone on the field that he was "running...